Features, Opinion & Analysis

10 hours ago | September 24, 2019

EDITORIAL COMMENT : Ghost workers should be flushed out

In 2015, the Auditor-General’s Office released a shocking report, exposing how deep-rooted the problem of ghost workers ...

Engaging youth in agric key to Zim’s future food security

Making agriculture more attractive to young people can help create decent employment opportunities for them in rural ...

Implications of anti-retroviral drugs shortage

The country needs to make swift decisions to improve the availability of life-prolonging anti-retroviral drugs at all ...

Higher education must do more than help graduates get jobs

Features Correspondent When people talk about quality education, they’re often referring to the kind of education that ...

Misreading of the law impedes justice

The law is the law, whether you are privy to it or ignorant, it is the law. Simple! It is often said, especially by ...

Artificial intelligence has a gender bias problem – just ask Siri

Suggest to Samsung’s virtual personal assistant Bixby “Let’s talk dirty”, and the female voice will respond with a ...

Why Infrastructure development is crucial for Africa

The story of Africa’s development is changing. Six of the world’s fastest growing economies are in Africa!

1 day ago | September 23, 2019

Editorial Comment – Sanctions: Time UN shows some teeth, grit

The ongoing 74th United Nations General Assembly in New York, the United States, presents an interesting read on Zimbabwe.

MDC-A abduction ‘movies’ sickening

Ever since suffering electoral defeat during the July 2018 general elections, opposition Movement for Democratic ...

Beekeeping holds key to rural development

Many communities within rural areas across the country have been affected by food insecurity, poverty and low household ...

How to achieve the ‘fourth 90’ for HIV

Continued advances in science and treatment access have made HIV a long-term yet manageable chronic disease for more ...

‘Sanctions must go’ to ring loud at UNGA

Zimbabwe once again this September 2019 has an opportunity to renew its calls for the removal of unjust sanctions ...

Harare water woes should now be history

Finally, the City of Harare has bowed down and admitted that it is incapacitated to supply residents with adequate ...

The changing face of gender equality in Malawi

In Malawi, as in many other societies, women have historically been responsible for housework, food and childcare. ...

3 days ago | September 21, 2019

‘Rampant price increases must end’

State of the Nation I address you this evening on three issues which have been exercising the mind of the Government. ...